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11 Nov 2004 9:15AM
Oh wow!

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naturenut 17 1.8k England
11 Nov 2004 9:17AM
Yes wow, I've just uploaded too so no chance
of mine getting many clicks now Miles ;o)
Stunning shot, wonderful colours.
Margaret.
dave thelens 16 936 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 9:18AM
Wow again ... and more WoW !!!
Dave
suleesia 15 176 Malaysia
11 Nov 2004 9:19AM
Simply gorgeous, excellent image.
Su
click!
11 Nov 2004 9:19AM
Superb!!!
ojjo 15 10
11 Nov 2004 9:19AM
now THIS one is nice! absolutely fantastic! click!

ojjo
jond 15 34
11 Nov 2004 9:22AM
Stunning! What filters were you using?

Jon
11 Nov 2004 9:23AM
This is fabulous, Miles. Click

Jules
Miles Herbert 17 1.9k 4 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 9:24AM
Thanks for the comments. Filters used were Lee 0.6 ND Grad, and 81B Warm-up.
ojjo 15 10
11 Nov 2004 9:26AM
just out of curioisty - why did you use an ND grad filter? what effect does it have/how would the pictrue have been without it?

ojjo
lyne 16 15
11 Nov 2004 9:30AM
This is stunning .lyne
Miles Herbert 17 1.9k 4 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 9:39AM
ND grads basically tone down an area of the image, in this case the sky, reducing it's light by up to 2 stops of light. This evens up the differences in light between land and sky, resulting in more detail in both. Without it, it would be harder, if not impossible, to get detail in both the sky and the land, so you'd either get the land exposed ok and the sky washed out, or the sky exposed ok and the land area too dark.
paulstefan 15 509 1 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 9:41AM
It's beautiful Miles - the colours and detail are first class.
click
Paul
AdrianTurner 16 350 Wales
11 Nov 2004 9:41AM
A lovely shot Miles, is that warm glow a combination of the 81B and Velvia or did they just enhance the glow from a low Sun? .......click

Adrian.
helendixon 16 30 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 9:45AM
Superb shot Miles, you have really captured this well.

Helen..
jage 17 2 Wales
11 Nov 2004 9:47AM
Just gorgeous, one to be proud of

Jage
adversa 18 1 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 9:47AM
Stunning image! Well done indeed. Bill
Miles Herbert 17 1.9k 4 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 10:01AM
Thankyou for all the comments. This one has been sat on my hard drive for a while as I always feel a little guilty about it. I got to Kimmeridge a little earlier, and had set up my camera on a tripod waiting for the light to be just right. As I was sat there another chappie turned up with a big Large Format camera and waited patiently for me to take my shot...and waited...and waited...

Unfortunately I wanted to stay there and keep shooting from there til long after sun set (My EC 'Moonlighting' is from the same evening and that was taken in near darkness)so I told him that I intended to stay til late, would he like me to move my camera so he could get the shot etc...

By the time he'd set up, focussed, mucked around with this huge camera...he stood up to click the shutter, just as the sun slid below the horizon.

So, if by any chance you are reading this...sorry.
Rob_Taylor 16 661 5 Wales
11 Nov 2004 10:02AM
Beautiful image Miles, really well composed. I love the moving water in the foreground, excellent ....click
Rob
ojjo 15 10
11 Nov 2004 10:03AM
okay, but how do you choose or set what part of the picture you want to tone down? And how much is "one stop of light" ? thanks for the help so far at least Smile

ojjo
Chris_H 16 1.5k 1
11 Nov 2004 10:12AM
Excellent shot, I love the water on the right hand side.
Chris
Miles Herbert 17 1.9k 4 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 10:15AM
The grad filters are small sheets of plastic, which in the case of ND Grads, are grey at one end fading out to clear at the other. A 'soft' ND Grad filter is where the transition from grey to clear is very gentle, where as on a 'hard' grad the transition is quite sudden. In this case it was obvious to me that the sky was much lighter then the ground, so to keep both exposed ok, the sky needed to be toned down. It is easier to tone things down then to brighten them up, so the obvious solution is to filter across the sky.

For an explanation about F stops see HERE. Easier way to put it is that it's a standard measurement of light in photographic terms!
redseven 16 30
11 Nov 2004 10:18AM
Beautiful shot, great tones, great composition, great colour etc etc
inkarts 16 61 2
11 Nov 2004 10:22AM
A master shot, great exposure. Regards John
Tonyd3 16 1.1k 18 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 10:40AM
Funny thing this

I was there yesterday but the light was god damm CRAP that was my second visit.

Great Shot Miles as every well done
jon gibbs 16 147 2
11 Nov 2004 10:52AM
Stunning shot Miles.Lovely light and great interst all around.jon
helena 16 134 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 10:57AM
An amazing shot, very well done, regards Tara x
Mari 16 1.8k United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 10:57AM
Lovely colours, Miles. Great composition

Mari
Yogendra 16 22 1 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 11:01AM
Excellent shot, wonderful colour & detail, Superb.

Yogendra
tigs 15 145 3 Netherlands
11 Nov 2004 11:01AM
wow stunning shot! fantastic detail and great lighting, i really like it
*click*
11 Nov 2004 11:01AM
Brilliant, why did you not try a longer exposure?
ColouredImages 15 47 35 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 11:06AM
Nice shot (again) Miles. thanks for the comments on mine. the black in the foreground was intentional...I simply wanted balck white and orange in the shot. Thanks anyway, comments and critiques are always welcome.

Mike
woodlark 16 545 1 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 11:08AM
Superb, love the exposure on the waves, great sky and the rocks draw you into the photo. Love It!
andytvcams 17 10.4k 1 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 11:11AM
Its all been said,quality work as usual Miles,wish i did not live so far away.

Andy...
StevenHanna 17 296 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 11:24AM
Stunning. As Andy says, QUALITY work.
Steven
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JouŠo 16 56 Finland
11 Nov 2004 11:33AM
Miles!

Im running out of superlatives... wheres my dictionary???

Click!

Jouko
willf1 15 51
11 Nov 2004 12:04PM
Perfect. All the element to make a great picture in the right place. What makes this a winner for me is the way you have perfectly timed/captured the waves on the RHS. Love it. Send us more.

Tony
mark one 15 1 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 12:09PM
stunning well done what more can you say.
cooky 16 6 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 12:11PM
Love the waves on the right and the feeling of space...not to mention the colour!
Kath
shutter speed 15 369 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 12:23PM
Interest thought the shot stunning sky stretching in to the distance and the warm glow on the rocks near the foot of the shot also like the movement that is added with the water crashing on to the shore line
Lovely work Miles
Regards Ian
lefty 15 2
11 Nov 2004 12:53PM
stunning image, great this, great that, great everything!
Miles Herbert 17 1.9k 4 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 12:56PM
Thanks for the comments.
ericfaragh 16 149 5 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2004 1:55PM
Beautiful image Mike, well done.
watters66 17 75 Scotland
11 Nov 2004 2:16PM
Lovely shot, great colour.
Well done,Click
Stewart
vfr400 18 886
11 Nov 2004 3:38PM
Fine example of the golden hour, cracking shot Miles.
chris
gwyn h 16 432
11 Nov 2004 8:29PM
Stunning.

Gwyn
Miles Herbert 17 1.9k 4 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2004 12:05AM
Thankyou for all the comments.
claret 16 49 England
12 Nov 2004 1:38AM
Quality work.
Click Iain
12 Nov 2004 1:46AM
This is simply stunning. click

Joan
seven21 16 259
14 Nov 2004 10:41AM
Another quality addition to the Kimmeridge collection Miles.
PS I think I know the guy you mean with the Large Format gear as I have seen him there too - he had a red blackout cover for it- if that makes sense! -steve
Mavis 18 143 2 England
14 Nov 2004 11:20AM
Wonderful composition and colours Miles . Your whole portfolio is breath taking . I should have learnt to drive . Outstanding photography.Just love it . x

BTW I love your story of the poor man with his large format camera Sad(
Miles Herbert 17 1.9k 4 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2004 12:18PM
Thankyou...

I didn't look that closely Steve as I had a sneaky feeling that he wasn't going to get set up in time, so I was trying very hard NOT to look ..lol

Thankyou Mavis, you are very kind, good to hear from you again.
proberts 16 218 4 Wales
14 Nov 2004 12:33PM
Stunning shot Miles.I must get myself down to this place one day,it looks fabulous.*click*
Andrew.
laurab 17 53 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2004 11:30AM
Another stunning shot. was there yesterday, my husband talked me in to climbing up to the tower, my legs are killing me today!! LOL

Click

Laura
gary900r 16 474 England
16 Nov 2004 5:28AM
Stunning image.

Click.

Gary
old timer 16 55 1 Scotland
24 Nov 2004 9:18AM
Superb! I've never been to this place but i feel as if I know it as well as my back garden!
jim
Miles Herbert 17 1.9k 4 United Kingdom
25 Nov 2004 12:33AM
Thanks for the comments
kevan 18 447
14 Dec 2004 4:55AM
Wonderful light and great use of the rocks to lead into the image. A lovely image that would do well as a calendar shot or for any number of other uses.

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